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KATYN 2. Second key witness killed in Kazakhstan. He also knew much

Publication time: 17 November 2012, 23:22

According to popular Warsaw newspaper, Super Ekspres, an officer of the Polish state bodyguards agency BOR has been killed in Kazakhstan because he also knew too much about the TNT, a part of the explosive, traces of which were also found on November 16 in the second Polish government Tu-154M 102, which passed the "overhaul repair" , like the Tu-154M 101 that was blown up on April 10, 2010,at a KGB-owned aerial company in the Russian city of Saratov.
 
Polshevists have been trying for almost a year to sell overseas this aircraft, packed with explosives (although, perhaps, Russian KGB agents in Poland have already removed their bomb), but no one is buying.

 

A Polish newspaper, Nasz Dziennik, confirmed the information leaked from the BOR  that officer Adam A. was involved in inspection of the state-owned Tu-154M 101 aircraft. He was a pyrotechnic at the BOR, which did NOT inspect the Tu-154V 101 before its fatal flight to Smolensk on 10 April 2010.
 
Lawyer Bartosz Kownacki believes that Adam A. could have commented on the detected presence of explosives on board of Tupolev, especially since the discovery of traces of explosives in the second, similar, government aircraft.


The official information says that Adam A. could have died from a head injury. Investigators are waiting for detailed results of the autopsy, but it is already known that a mechanical injury is ruled out as a direct cause of the assassination".
 
It is to be noted that heavily censored Russia's and Kazakhstan's media did not report a single word about the murder of the Polish officer.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center



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